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Smothered - Review (Spoiler Free)

Rare nudity and gore make Smothered stand out amongst endless other horror movies.

That’s not to say that there isn’t a healthy splattering of blood in this movie, but refreshingly it is used sparingly, something I am very grateful for after being subject to endless indie projects that don’t know the benefits of restraint. 491 more words


Audience Favorite DOONBY Set to be Released on DVD JULY 22nd

Audience Favorite DOONBY Set to be Released

on DVD July 22nd.

“Doonby is a movie that will make you think and make you feel. Entertaining from start to finish, it packs a special punch that is sure to make it one of this year’s most talked about films.” 522 more words


How did I get so lucky

As the season winds down for “The Haves and the Have Nots” i find myself wondering how it could be that I’ve been around for so long. 344 more words

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C's catcher-to-be Max Pentecost wins Johnny Bench Award as collegiate catcher of the year

.@BlueJays catching prospect Max Pentecost receives the Johnny Bench Award from @CollegeDiamonds. http://t.co/L4PTmEXjOM
#ASG (@MLB) July 14, 2014

Following a final NCAA season where he mashed Atlantic Sun Conference pitching to the tune of .422/.482/.627, Canadians soon-to-be receiver Max Pentecost has been awarded the Johnny Bench Award as collegiate catcher of the year.

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Interview: John Schneider - "Smothered"

You may know him as Bo Duke or Jonathan Kent, but the prolific John Schneider has now started up his own studio. Writing and directing, this good ol’ country boy is looking to shake the clean-cut image and throw himself into the world of horror. 676 more words


Seahawks get their Super Bowl rings

After wrapping up the final day of mini-camp on Thursday, the Seattle Seahawks had the chance to put on their Super Bowl championship rings for the first time. 262 more words

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Just two good-looking ol’ boys

I’ve recently come to the conclusion that I might have picked the wrong Duke boy.

As with most analyses, this one began while watching a 1983 episode of… 451 more words